- 45 minute individual session: $100.00
- 60 minute couples therapy session: $125.00
**If you are seeking extended sessions, or our time is extended beyond the therapy hour, my fee will be prorated by $25.00 per quarter hour, rounded to the nearest quarter hour. We can discuss if extended sessions would be beneficial based on your unique circumstances.
Clients pay for each session at the time of service. Cash, check, and credit card (with $3.00 processing fee added) are accepted. Payment in full is expected for appointments cancelled with less than 24 hours notice, barring an emergency (hospitalization, death in family, etc.)
Can I use my insurance?
Clients are responsible for payment of full fee at the time of service. I am currently an “out-of-network provider” meaning I do not file insurance on the behalf of clients, nor do I contract with insurance companies for their negotiated rate. I can provide clients with a coded receipt of their charges and payments (called a superbill) upon request. Clients are responsible for filing for reimbursement with an insurance company if they choose.
If you wish to use your behavioral health benefits, it is encouraged that you call your insurance company to understand exactly what your out-of-network benefits are. Please check the back if your insurance card for relevant phone numbers. Below are some specific questions that may beneficial to ask:
- Do I have mental health benefits for outpatient mental health visits?
- What is my deductible and has it been met?
- Is pre-certification required?
- How much will I be reimbursed for an individual session (code #90834) with an out-of-network provider?
- If they say they cover a percentage of the “usual and customary rate,” ask what their usual and customary rate is for a session with a clinical social worker.
- How many sessions per calendar year does my plan cover?
- What are the limits of my coverage with an out-of-network provider?
**Please be aware that in order for your claim to be considered for reimbursement, your insurance company will require a diagnostic code representing one of the mental/behavioral disorders found in the DSM-5 diagnostic manual and this may become part of your permanent medical record. This could effect you in several potential ways, such as qualifying for life insurance, obtaining certain security clearances, etc.**